Virtua Tennis 3 Comes to PS3, 360
Now you won't have to spend all your tokens on that Lindbergh version. Well, not all of them. First HD screens.
Sega has been on a charge lately, snapping up Western developers in its bid to cosy up to North American and European gamers, but that doesn't mean you're not going to be seeing more of its classics franchises. To wit, the company has officially announced home conversions of its latest life-stealing tennis game, Virtua Tennis 3.
The trademark gameplay is in place again, as are the minigames from before and a few new ones too. But the big feature for this next-gen debut is the more lifelike presentation. Sega has gone to great lengths to capture the top men and women on the professional tour.
"Virtua Tennis 3 provides a must have in-depth experience," says Sega's Matt Woodley, "though I'd say the graphics alone are reason to buy, and the quality is so sharp and clear you can even see the veins on the players necks!"
And if neck veins are your thing, you'll be able to sit down for a match on the next-gen console of your choice (as long as you're not a Revolution fan, that is), as Virtua Tennis 3 is coming to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game should be out during the spring of 2007.
Editor, Kikizo Games